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Hermès’ Petit H Collection Presents a Very Crafty Workshop

The French fashion house is getting into upcycling.
Hermès’ Petit H Collection Presents a Very Crafty Workshop
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The French fashion house is getting into upcycling.

The luxe fashion house Hermès is delving into the land of sustainable fashion with its latest Petit h collection. Created in 2010 by sixth generation member of the Hermès household, Pascale Mussard, Petit h is an initiative that uses old, flawed, and leftover materials to be transformed into new pieces.

This year, Hermès transforms their Petit h pop-up store in New York into a whimsical workshop that enables shoppers to create their own customized ornaments and trimmings. The boutique also houses the sculptures and other repurposed items that Pascale herself curated from artists she collaborated with for this year’s Petit h line. Check out our favorites below!

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The ornament bar where you can create your own trimmings

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A crystal bowl designed by Alice Cozon and made by Cristallerie de Saint Louis

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A square mirror adorned with locks, designed by Thomas Boog and made by Marlene Ramus. It's also made of calfskin leather and palladium.

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A chest with silk-covered drawers designed by Christian Astuguevielle. This one's made of calfskin and crocodile skin.

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A jewelry box made of leather and shearling.

The pop-up boutiques will run until January 7, 2017 at Hermès' Madison Avenue flagship store.

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